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Poses a huge threat to those who use it for recreational purposes. As a suppressor of anxiety and panic disorders, this benzodiazepine (street named “benzo”) slows down brain activity and calms its users to the point that they will no longer feel the symptoms of their disorders. Well, when or opioids Xanax creates a deadly sedative cocktail that can stop the heart from beating, arrest neural activity and slow breathing to the point of death. And, most importantly, how can we stop our children from abusing this highly volatile, addictive medication before the worst happens? Needless to say, the recreational use of this widely prescribed medication represents an existential threat to the safety of our children and families. To understand the recreational temptation of Xanax you have to understand its intended use. Xanax is the brand name for the synthetic drug alprazolam, developed in the 1960s as a safer alternative for the predominating anti-anxiety barbiturates on the market at the time. It wasn’t until the pharmaceutical boom of the 80s and 90s that Xanax began to yield the deadly results that it is so widely known for today. Then, as now, the danger this highly addictive drug posed was either downplayed or ignored as prescriptions flooded out and money rolled in. These days over 50 million prescriptions are written for Xanax every year in the United States, making it one of the most widely used (and thus easily acquired and abused) prescription medications available today. It is commonly used to treat severe anxiety and panic attacks. Xanax is a highly addictive benzodiazepine that is commonly prescribed for anxiety, panic attacks, and insomnia. It is a short-acting Benzo with high abuse potential. The majority of its effects are established within an hour of use and continue for up to 6 hours. It is usually prescribed for a short period of time (2-6 weeks) to prevent addiction. Many users who do not abuse Xanax and take it exactly as prescribed may become addicted without realizing it as tolerance can develop quickly. An addiction to Xanax can cause serious consequences that affect all aspects of an individual’s life.
Children with overanxious and/or avoidant disorder DSM-III were treated with alprazolam Xanax, Upjohn to determine its safety, clinical and cognitive effects. Children as young as 11 are being treated for abusing the anxiety drug Xanax, the BBC has found. Drugs charity Addaction said it was also.